Despite cancelling numerous campaign stops because of her mysterious illnesses and even as she was filmed totally collapsing and thrown into an SUV, Hillary Clinton decided it would be a good idea to use the song “I Feel Good” as she came out on stage at a recent appearance… and the mocking was merciless.
For her rally in Greensboro, North Carolina on September 15, the Democrat nominee’s minders must have thought they had picked a song that was defiant and funny. NPR’s White House correspondent made note of the song choice on her Twitter feed:
Hillary Clinton walks on stage to the song "I feel good."
— Tamara Keith (@tamarakeithNPR) September 15, 2016
But eyes immediately began rolling and the sharp elbows were instant:
Hillary Clinton entering her North Carolina rally to 'I Feel Good' legit made me LOL pic.twitter.com/Xw7faUAjrw
— Kinsey ABC15 (@KinseyABC15) September 15, 2016
— Frank Roberson (@spokesmanfrank) September 15, 2016
— DonSilsby (@donsilsby) September 15, 2016
@KinseyABC15 We've gone past the point of parody. This is just sad.
— Deplorable IAmSilky (@IAmVerySilky) September 15, 2016
Some were especially shocked since the singer of the song, James Brown, had a long history as a woman abuser, a felon, and even died of… wait for it… pneumonia!
@KinseyABC15 It's ironic because James Brown died of pneumonia.
— Deplorable?Charlie (@ReallyNotAMoose) September 15, 2016
— Mary Ahern (@mma718) September 15, 2016
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